Why is knitting so fun?

Knitting gives you instant gratification, but it teaches patience. Learning to knit allows you to experience the joy of instant gratification. Being able to produce something in a few hours that you can actually use is hugely satisfying. It's challenging and useful and leads you to a community full of interesting and talented people.

Pretty much the only thing people would rather knit than crochet is a sweater. So, for projects that are a sweater, take out the knitting needles. For everything else, grab a hook because crochet is where it is. It also goes everywhere with me and I found out how great it was to start a conversation soon after I started knitting.

And recently, fabric has also caught on, thanks to a new generation of designers, who are transforming the “old-fashioned” practice into a haute couture art form. And who knows, maybe that neuroplasticity will be stimulated by my Zen state that I get into when my tissue flows. My son is 37 years old and many of his friends are having children and, having known these guys since the age of 11, I knitted or crocheted each baby a blanket. At first, they were mostly women between the ages of 25 and 40 who wanted to learn a new hobby and thought knitting was cool and modern.

According to Black, weaving is often still perceived as an amateur and uncomplicated trade, and people chronically underestimate the difficulty of skill both inside and outside the fashion industry. Later in life, I went to the basement of Marshall Fields and learned how to make a knit sweater and there I also learned about other fibers. Others are eager to tell me the incredible things that their grandparents knitted for them many years ago. Even so, if you have to leave your point in the middle of a row, only the gods know which direction you're going.

Very quickly, however, Arne and Carlos started a KAL by weaving squares that they designed as the KAL progressed. Until you realize that spoiled stitches are probably a clever type of fabric that you haven't learned yet. Weaving extended from the Middle East to Europe via Mediterranean trade routes in the 14th century, and even has its own historical record of art; Master Bertram of Minden's angel's visit, depicting the Virgin Mary weaving, dates back to 1410.I think this is it, the drape of the fabric is really nice and All commercial applications use knitting, since an industrial crochet machine is not a thing, so knit items look more “normal” I loved your adventures from your first posts, and that's why I know you also love knitting for adventures family members like me. Knitting allows me to spend time with my children and work on something that gives me joy at the same time.

Jane MacDonald
Jane MacDonald

I am of the author and owner of I Love Knitting. I first learned to knit when I was around five years old, and stop doing it when I hit my teens! I than picked it back up when I had my first child, and have since taught all three of my children to knit.

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